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Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Fri Dec 05, 2008 5:35 pm
by vk3xem
SysAdmin wrote:Ok. I think I've cleaned your blog out without breaking anything (bonus!). Can you give things a poke now?

Andrew
Great job Andrew, would I be correct in assuming you have upgraded Serendipity to the latest version for us as well? 8)

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:20 pm
by pcp20us
Ha Andrew

This blug in below failed to install before you did the changes. I cannot seem to remove or reinstall can you please fix or let me know what i need to do. My blog is http://pedro.blogs.exetel.com.au/

Ta

Feedburner Sidebar Requirements failed: s9y 1.2.1
Adds assorted functionality of the feedburner service into the sidebar.
Author: Aaron Axelsen; version: 1.0; (Spartacus)

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 8:35 am
by SysAdmin
vk3xem wrote:
SysAdmin wrote:Ok. I think I've cleaned your blog out without breaking anything (bonus!). Can you give things a poke now?
Great job Andrew, would I be correct in assuming you have upgraded Serendipity to the latest version for us as well? 8)
Not as yet. I plan on doing so once 1.4 (or 1.4.1 - not decided as yet) is released.

Andrew

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 8:39 am
by SysAdmin
pcp20us wrote:This blug in below failed to install before you did the changes. I cannot seem to remove or reinstall can you please fix or let me know what i need to do. My blog is http://pedro.blogs.exetel.com.au/

Feedburner Sidebar Requirements failed: s9y 1.2.1
Umm... that was as simple as clicking on the tick-box and then hitting delete...

Andrew

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 8:57 am
by JamesR
For some reason when accessing some blogs, the page loads and then I notice Firefox has 'Connecting to localhost...' at the status bar.

Why would a Exetel Blog be wanting to load data from localhost?

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 8:58 am
by SysAdmin
JamesR wrote:For some reason when accessing some blogs, the page loads and then I notice Firefox has 'Connecting to localhost...' at the status bar.

Why would a Exetel Blog be wanting to load data from localhost?
I don't know. Which blogs do that?

Andrew

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 9:12 am
by JamesR
SysAdmin wrote:
JamesR wrote:For some reason when accessing some blogs, the page loads and then I notice Firefox has 'Connecting to localhost...' at the status bar.

Why would a Exetel Blog be wanting to load data from localhost?
I don't know. Which blogs do that?

Andrew
I have PM'd you a blog that is doing this.

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 10:00 am
by SysAdmin
JamesR wrote:I have PM'd you a blog that is doing this.
Had a look at the one you gave me. Can't find it trying to hit localhost or mention of it anywhere on the page.

Andrew

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 10:08 am
by pcp20us
SysAdmin wrote: Umm... that was as simple as clicking on the tick-box and then hitting delete...
Andrew
As i mentioned in my post, under sidebar plugins lfeedburner is greyed out and said it failed to install. When i go to my installed plugins, the feedburner plugin is not listed, so it cannot be removed, that is why i asked.

Pete

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 10:27 am
by SysAdmin
pcp20us wrote:
SysAdmin wrote: Umm... that was as simple as clicking on the tick-box and then hitting delete...
Andrew
As i mentioned in my post, under sidebar plugins lfeedburner is greyed out and said it failed to install. When i go to my installed plugins, the feedburner plugin is not listed, so it cannot be removed, that is why i asked.
It was an event plugin (it's where I found it). Do you still see a problem (wondering if I missed something)?

Andrew

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 08, 2008 10:43 am
by pcp20us
Yep

I installed the feedburner pluign in the sidebar menu, it failed to install, i cannot remove reinstall etc, thats my issue.

You fixed similar for another that was posting along with my posts??

Pete

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 2:02 pm
by pcp20us
Hi Still wanting to fix this error. plugin failed to install no option to fix.


Feedburner Sidebar Requirements failed: s9y 1.2.1
Adds assorted functionality of the feedburner service into the sidebar.
Author: Aaron Axelsen; version: 1.0; (Spartacus)

I need sys admin help as we have no access to our files...
Andrew you out there mate

Pete

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 3:56 pm
by SysAdmin
pcp20us wrote:Hi Still wanting to fix this error. plugin failed to install no option to fix.

Feedburner Sidebar Requirements failed: s9y 1.2.1
Adds assorted functionality of the feedburner service into the sidebar.
Author: Aaron Axelsen; version: 1.0; (Spartacus)

I need sys admin help as we have no access to our files...
Andrew you out there mate
Sorry. I thought things were sorted. I've poked and prodded and fixed both the feedburner and podcast plugins. Nothing else appears to be returning errors from the plugin list so you should be sorted (honest! :)).

I guessed at your feedburner id btw so you may wish to reconfigure that (and see if there are changes needed to the podcast plugin).

Happy blogging. :)
Andrew

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 5:16 pm
by pcp20us
ha andrew

the feedburner plugin is still greyed out and showing falied. as in previous post ??

Was it http://pedro.blogs.exetel.com.au/

Cheers

Re: Configuring Blog server access

Posted: Mon Dec 15, 2008 9:29 am
by SysAdmin
pcp20us wrote:ha andrew

the feedburner plugin is still greyed out and showing falied. as in previous post ??

Was it http://pedro.blogs.exetel.com.au/
I'm not seeing anything that I can spot that relates to feedburner grayed out. Screenshot,
perhaps? PM if you feel the need.

Andrew